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Vocabulary Words on 7th May :

  1. Green house (n) : a house in which tender plants are reared and cultivated


  2. Greenroom (n) : a room where actors retire


  3. Greenwood (n) : woods or forest when green


  4. Greet (v) : salute, welcome


  5. Greeting (n) : a salutation


  6. Greetings (n) : felicitations


  7. Gregarious (adj.) : living in herds or flocks; fond of company


  8. Gregarious (adv.) : gregariously


  9. Grenade (n) : an explosive thrown by hand


  10. Greyhound (n) : a hunting dog


  11. Grid (n) : a net work to distribute electric power


  12. Grief (n) : deep sorrow


  13. Grievance (n) : ground for complaint


  14. Grieve (v) : feel grief


  15. Grievous (adj.) : painful


  16. Grim (adj.) : fierce looking


  17. Grimace (n) : a distortion of the face


  18. Grimace (v) : produce distortion in the face


  19. Grin (v) : smile showing the teeth


  20. Grin (n) : a smile showing the teeth


  21. Grind ( v) : crunch to powder


  22. Grindstone (n) : a revolving stone instrument


  23. Grip (v) : seize or hold firmly


  24. Grip (n) : a hold, grasping power


  25. Grisly (adj.) : striking, terror


  26. Groan (v) : make a deep low moaning sound


  27. Groan (n) : a deep low moaning sound


  28. Grocer (n) : a dealer in tea, coffee, sugar and other common articles


  29. Grocery (n) : business of a grocer


  30. Groceries (pl) : articles bought and sold by a grocer


  31. Groin (n) : the part of the body in front between the thigh and the trunk


  32. Groom (n) : a bridegroom, waiter


  33. Groove (n) : a furrow


  34. Groove (v) : cut a groove


  35. Grope (v) : search by feeling in the dark


  36. Gross (adj.) : wanton, total


  37. Grot (n) : a cave, grotto or an artificial cave


  38. Grotesque (adj) : ludicrous


  39. Grotesque (adv) : grotesquely


  40. Grotesque (n) : grotequeness


  41. Grotto (n) : a cave


  42. Ground (n) : the surface of the earth reason


  43. Ground (adj.) : powered


  44. Ground (v) : touch the ground, educate


  45. Ground floor (n) : the floor of a house on a level with the street


  46. Grounding (n) : a complete knowledge of basic principles


  47. Groundless (adj.) : unfounded, baseless


  48. Groundnut (n) : ground-bean, pea-nut


  49. Groundwork (n) : foundation




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